“Without Me Oritsefemi Would Still Be Scavenging The Streets Of Ajegunle”

"Without Me Oritsefemi Would Still Be Scavenging The Streets Of Ajegunle"

After months of silence, Oritsefemi’s ex-manager, Adepitan ‘Danku’ Yusuf, has finally reacted to the theft allegations levelled against him by Oritsefemi.

In a recent interview with The Sun, Danku said:

“Oritsefemi is an artiste that I took from nowhere and made somebody. I took him from Ajegunle and brought him to Ikeja. 


“I took him to the Island and I took him to Lekki as well. I took him to D’banj, I took him to Davido and some A-list artistes he never believed he could work with. It is unfortunate that after I took him to Abuja to sign a record deal with my business partner, Mr. Allen of Avatar, he came up with this strange behaviour trying to disorganise the plans I had for him. .

“I guess he was overwhelmed by the prospects and believed that he had finally arrived because he never believed he could make it to the level I took him to. I did the promotion of Double Wahala from scratch. I sponsored the promotion because he had nothing. .

“For three months I promoted that song with my own money. It is unfortunate that he came up with those allegations against me just to promote his music and ridicule me. He said I took his Range Rover and stole his N58m for endorsement he got from a brand. I was surprised because I don’t know where he got the endorsement from.

“The Range Rover he is talking about he crashed by himself when he was coming from an event I was not aware of on December 6, 2014. He is going around parading himself as the owner of MSN Gang, my company, which I registered myself. I have everything documented with my lawyers but I will address the press very soon extensively and will expose his lies.”

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Danko reveals that the reason he ever agreed to work with Oritsefemi initially was because of the pressure he was piling on him:

“We started working in 2013. I used to give him shows and events. At a point he was always calling me for money so I said ‘let me do something for him.’ So from Ajegunle, I picked him up.”.